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ECLRNI, the Eighteenth Century Literature Research Network of Ireland
Members Publications 2009-2010
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Andrew Carpenter (ed.) Oral and Print Cultures in Ireland 1600-1900  [with Marc Caball]. Dublin: Four Courts Press. Pp. 144.

Aileen Douglas (ed.), Sarah Butler Irish Tales, ed. Ian Campbell Ross, Aileen Douglas and Anne Markey. Dublin: Four Courts Press. Pp. 121.

April London, April London, Literary History Writing, 1770-1820. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Pp. ix + 225.

Anne Markey (ed.), [Anon], Vertue Rewarded; or, The Irish Princess, ed.Ian Campbell Ross and Anne Markey. Dublin: Four Courts Press. Pp. 162

__________  (ed.) Sarah Butler, Irish Tales, ed. Ian Campbell Ross, Aileen Douglas and Anne Markey. Dublin: Four Courts Press. Pp. 121.

Joseph McMinn, Jonathan Swift and the Arts. Newark: University of Delaware Press. Pp. 187.

Ian Campbell Ross (ed.), [Anon], Vertue Rewarded; or, The Irish Princess, ed.Ian Campbell Ross and Anne Markey. Dublin: Four Courts Press. Pp. 162.

_______________________  (ed.) Sarah Butler, Irish Tales, ed. Ian Campbell Ross, Aileen Douglas and Anne Markey. Dublin: Four Courts Press. Pp. 121.
Carol Stewart, The Eighteenth-Century Novel and the Secularization of Ethics. Farnham, Ashgate. Pp. viii + 220.


Essays in books

Johanna Archbold, ‘Book Clubs and societies in eighteenth-century Ireland’ in James Kelly and Martyn J. Powell (eds), Clubs and Societies in eighteenth-century Ireland. Dublin: Four Courts Press.

Daniel Carey, ‘Henry Neville’s The Isle of Pines: From Sexual Utopia to Political Dystopia’, in Chloë Houston (ed.) New Worlds Reflected. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2010. Pp. 203-18.

_______________   ‘Innateness’, in S.-J. Savonius-Wroth, Paul Schuurman, and Jonathan Walmsley (eds.), The Continuum Companion to Locke. London: Continuum, 2010. Pp. 165-8.

Andrew Carpenter, ‘Parnell and Early Eighteenth-Century Irish Poetry’, in Julia M. Wright (ed.), A Companion to Irish Literature. 2 vols. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. I, pp. 142-160.

Andrew Carpenter, ‘Garbling and jumbling: printing from dictation in eighteenth-century Limerick’, in Marc Caball and Andrew Carpenter(eds.), Oral and Print Cultures in Ireland 1600-1900. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2010. Pp. 32-46.

Moyra Haslett, ‘The Love of Friendship’, in Ros Ballaster (ed.), The History of British Women’s Writing, 1690-1750. London: Palgrave Macmillan. Pp.215-231.

Christina Morin, ‘Undermining Morality? National Destabilisation in The Wild Irish Girl and Corinne, ou L’Italie’, in Elke D'hoker, Raphael Ingelbien, and Hedwig Schwall (eds.), Irish Women Writers: New Critical Perspectives. Oxford: Peter Lang. Pp. 169-185.

Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin, 'Obscure and giddy sects: Milton and the scandal of divorce' in Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin and John Flood (eds.), Heresy and Orthodoxy in Early English Literature, 1350-1680, Dublin: Four Courts. Pp.127-151. 


Articles in journals

Rebecca Anne Barr, ‘Richardson's Sir Charles Grandison and the Symptoms of Subjectivity’, in The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 51:4 (Winter 2010), 1-21.

Daniel Carey, ‘The State of Play: English Literary Scholarship and Criticism in a New Century’, Cadernos de Letras (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro), no. 27 (2010): 16-32. 118 (Fall, 2010) 30-42.

Andrew Carpenter, ‘A Verse Confrontation in late eighteenth-century Ireland’, Eighteenth-Century Ireland/Iris an dá chultúr, 25 (2010), 33-47.

Lucy Cogan, ‘Charlotte Brooke's "Mäon" and the Constructions of Anglo-Irish Identity’, Victorian Newsletter, 118 (Fall, 2010) 30-42.

Porscha Fermanis, ‘William Godwin’s History of the Commonwealth and the Psychology of Individual History’, Review of English Studies,  61 (2010), 773-800.

Moyra Haslett, ‘Bluestocking Feminism Revisited: The Satirical Figure of the Bluestocking’, Women’s Writing, Vol. 17. 3 (2010), 458-477.

Darrell Jones, ‘Difference and Representation in Locke and Sterne’, The Shandean, 21 (2010), 84-102.

Anne Markey, ‘The English governess, her wild Irish pupil, and her wandering daughter: migration and maternal absence in Georgian children’s fiction’, Eighteenth-Century Ireland/Iris an dá chultúr, 26 (2011), 160-175.

Jennifer Orr, “No John Clare”: Minute Observations from the Ulster Cottage Door 1790-1800’, John Clare Society Journal 29 (2010), 51-70.

________________  “In costume Scotch o’er bog and park, my hame-bred muse delighted plays”: Samuel Thomson’s fashioning of landscape in Ulster Poetry’, Scottish Literary Review, 10 (Spring/Summer, 2010), 41-58.

Shaun Regan, 'Adorning the Plainness of Truth: Equiano and the Art of Narrative', 1650-1850: Ideas, Aesthetics, and Inquiries in the Early Modern Era, Special Feature on Olaudah Equiano: African or American?, 17 (2010), 313-36.

Electronic publishing



Daniel Carey, The Postcolonial Enlightenment: Eighteenth-Century Colonialism and Postcolonial Theory, ed. Daniel Carey and Lynn Festa. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 378pp. + xi.

Ian Campbell Ross (ed.) Laurence Sterne, The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman. A new edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press, xliv + 604 pp.

Porscha Fermanis, John Keats and the Ideas of the Enlightenment. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP. 232 pp.

Raffaella Leproni (trans. and ed., with an introduction.), Maria Edgeworth, Due racconti. Rome: Kappa. 121 pp.

Essays in books

Carol Baraniuk, ‘The Great Enchanter', in Johnny Rodger and Gerard Carruthers (eds.), Fickle Man: Robert Burns in the 21 st Century . Dingwall: Sandstone Press. Pp. 234-241.

_______________, ‘No Bardolatry Here: The Independence of the Ulster-Scots Poetic Tradition', in Frank Ferguson and Andrew Holmes (eds.), Revising Robert Burns and Ulster: literature, religion and politics c. 1770 to 1920. Dublin: Four Courts Press. Pp. 64-82.

_______________, ‘The Leid, the Pratoe and the Buik: Northern Cultural Markers in the Works of James Orr', in James P. Byrne, Padraig Kirwan and Michael O'Sullivan (eds.), Affecting Irishness: Negotiating Cultural Identity Within and Beyond the Nation. Oxford: Peter Lang. Pp. 103-120.

Daniel Carey: (with Lynn Festa) ‘Introduction: Some Answers to the Question: “What is Postcolonial Enlightenment?”', 1-33.

_______________, ‘Reading Contrapuntally: Robinson Crusoe, Slavery, and Postcolonial Theory', 105-36. (with Sven Trakulhun) ‘Universalism, Diversity, and the Postcolonial Enlightenment', 240-80.

Jennifer Orr, ‘Samuel Thomson’s Pikes and Politics: Negotiating a Place in Scottish and Irish Literature’, in McNair, A and Ryder, J (eds). Further from the frontiers: cross-currents in Irish and Scottish Studies. Aberdeen: AHRC Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies, 2009.

________________ ‘1798, Before, and Beyond: Samuel Thomson and the poetics of Ulster-Scots identity’, in Frank Ferguson and Andrew Holmes (eds.), Revising Robert Burns and Ulster: literature, religion, and politics, c.1700-1920, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2009. Pp. 106-126.

Jennifer Orr & Gerard Carruthers, ‘The Deil’s awa wi’ the Exciseman: Robert Burns the Giver of Guns to Revolutionary France?’, in Johnny Rodger & Gerard Carruthers (eds.), Fickle Man: Robert Burns in the 21st Century, Sandstone Press. Pp. 257-266.

Ian Campbell Ross, 'Laurence Sterne's life, milieu and literary career' in Thomas Keymer (ed.), Cambridge Companion to Laurence Sterne. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Pp. 5–20

Daniel Sanjiv Roberts, ‘From India to Ireland: The Travels of Dean Mahomed (1794)’, in Leaves from Your Own Book: Papers in Honour of Sudhakar Marathe. New Delhi: Authors Press.


Articles in journals

Sharon Murphy, ‘Making (Protestant) Men: Alfred and Galba and the East India Company Soldiers' in Jessica Meyer and Heather Ellis eds., Masculinity and the Other. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars' Press. Pp. 219-235. 2.

Carol Stewart, 'Pamela and the Anglican Crisis of the 1730s', Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 32.1, 37-51.

Daniel Sanjiv Roberts, ‘“In the Service of the Honourable East India Company”: Politics and Identity in Dean Mahomet’s Travels (1794)’, Eighteenth-Century Ireland: Iris an dá Chultúr, 24 (2009), 115-134.

Electronic publishing

Jennifer Orr, ‘“To Mr Robert Burns”: Verse Epistles from an Irish Poetic Circle’, Frank R. Shaw (ed.), Electric Scotland:










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